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145 Haw Creek Mews Dr, Asheville, NC 28805
$945 - $1,425 | 1 - 3 Beds

(828) 348-5994

Updated 5 days ago
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201 Spruce Hill Ct, Asheville, NC 28805
Call for Rent | 1 - 4 Beds

(828) 633-5031

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Haw Creek Neighborhood in Asheville, NC

Haw Creek Neighborhood

Located on the city’s southwest side, the Brucemont Circle neighborhood in Asheville is bordered by Patton Avenue to the north, Haywood Road to the south, Dorchester Avenue to the east, and the Falconhurst subdivision to the west.

The single-family residences that comprise the Brucemont Circle subdivision are a mixture of one-story and two-story dwellings that run along Brucemont Circle and several surrounding streets. The majority of homes were constructed in the 1930s and 1940s.

Residents of the Brucemont Circle neighborhood will benefit from its proximity to downtown Asheville, the largest city in western North Carolina. The subdivision is also conveniently located within five miles of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, which offers over 30 majors and annually enrolls nearly 4,000 students. Asheville is also home of the famous Biltmore Estate, a national historic landmark that boasts a 250-room home, winery, gardens, and luxury inn.

Shoppers will enjoy easy access to the Westgate Regional Shopping Center, which sits less than three miles to the east of the subdivision. A supermarket, pharmacy, Kmart, and several restaurants are located less than one mile to the north along Patton Avenue. The Town and Country Shopping Center is also nearby for residents’ shopping needs.

Commuters will benefit from the neighborhood’s proximity to Interstate 40, which can be accessed two miles south of the subdivision. Taking this interstate offers a convenient commute to neighboring cities to the east such as Hickory, Morganton, and Black Mountain.

Outdoor adventurers can take a two-hour trip to the west to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which features a wide array of wildlife and offers opportunities for hiking, backpacking, bird watching, camping, and fishing.

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